Philadelphia Eagles versus Seattle Seahawks NFL Network TV Thursday December 1st 2011 NFL Pro Football Odds Sports Betting Pick Preview

Philadelphia Eagles versus Seattle Seahawks NFL Network TV Thursday December 1st 2011 NFL Pro Football Odds Sports Betting Pick Preview

The Philadelphia Eagles will make the long road trip to the Pacific Northwest when they face the Seattle Seahawks in a week thirteen NFL pro football game on Thursday night.

They kick off NFL Thursday night football from Seattle at 8:20PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by NFL Network.

The betting odds opened up with the road team Philadelphia Eagles favored by –2 1/2 points with an over under of 44 ½ points.

The early money from the NFL betting public has landed on the side of the road team as Philadelphia is now favored by -3 points.

The over under has shown movement down to 44 points.

Those backing the favored Philadelphia Eagles on the money line will lay –150 odds with the underdog Seattle Seahawks returning +130 odds to win straight up with no need for points on their side.

The Philadelphia Eagles and Seattle Seahawks meet on Thursday night NFL football for the first time since 2008 season where the Eagles posted the 26-7 road win at the Seahawks as a -7 point favorite.

The over under came in at under the total of 43 ½ points.

It was Donovan McNabb under center at the time and the veteran signal caller hit on two touchdowns passers and 349 yards passing in the win.

For the Seahawks it was backup quarterback Seneca Wallace getting the start and he had a 90 yard touchdown pass with 169 yards from the field.

The Philadelphia Eagles make the long trip to the Pacific Northwest with a disappointing record of 4-7 on the year. The team is 3-2 on the highway.

Philadelphia posts up 23 points and 420 yards per game with 159 yards rushing for 5.6 yards per carry.

On defense the Eagles allow 22 points and 344 yards per game. Teams rush for 110 yards against them for 4.3 yards per rush against average.

The Eagles could not build momentum off their win two weeks against the New York Giants as they dropped a 38-20 road defeat to the New England Patriots a week ago as a +3 point underdog.

The over under came in at over the total of 50 ½ points.

Philadelphia had a 10-0 lead early then got outscored by New England by a 38-3 margin. The Eagles put up a late touchdown when the game was way out of hand.

The Eagles amassed 466 offensive yards with 73 coming on the ground on 17 runs from scrimmage.

The team allowed two sacks and scored two touchdowns in four appearances inside the red zone.

Philadelphia coughed it up once and took no turnovers away from New England.

Quarterback Vince Young completed 26 of 48 passes for 400 yards with a touchdown and interception. Young had six runs for 40 yards.

Starting quarterback Michael Vick has been listed as questionable for this game.

Running back LeSean McCoy had only 31 rushing yards on 10 carries with a rushing touchdown.

Jason Avant led Philadelphia with eight receptions for 110 yards and a receiving touchdown.

Tight end Brent Celek had five receptions for 75 yards.

DeSean Jackson caught four passes for 73 yards.

Riley Cooper chipped in with three grabs for 71 yards.

The Eagles allowed the high octane Patriots offense gain 457 offensive yards with 104 yards rushing on 36 carries.

Philadelphia had one sack and gave up four touchdowns in five red zone drives.

The Seattle Seahawks will host Philadelphia with a record of 4-7 on the year. The club is 2-3 at home.

Seattle averages 16 points and 294 yards per game with 97 rushing yards for 3.8 yards a carry.

On defense the Seahawks allow 21 points and 340 yards per game. Opponents rush for 101 yards against them for 3.5 yards per rush against average.

The club had their two game win streak snapped last week in their 23-17 defeat to the Washington Redskins as a -3 point betting favorite.

The over under came in at over the closing line of 37 ½ points.

The team blew a 17-7 fourth quarter lead in defeat.

The Seahawks put up 250 offensive yards with 124 yards rushing on 30 carries.

The team allowed two sacks and scored one touchdown in their two red zone attempts.

Quarterback Tavaris Jackson completed 14 of 30 passes for 144 yards with two touchdowns and one pick.

Marshawn Lynch had 24 rushes for 111 yards. Lynch out of the backfield caught a 20 yard touchdown pass.

Doug Baldwin led Seattle with five receptions for 60 yards.

Ben Obomanu had three catches for 26 yards.

Golden Tate had a 15 yard touchdown reception.

Seattle allowed Washington 416 offensive yards with 110 coming on the ground on 29 carries.

The Seahawks had one sack and allowed one Washington red zone touchdown in three tries inside the twenty.

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NFL Trend: Seattle Seahawks are 6-1-2 ATS in their past nine games.